FUL Foods has launched FUL Revive, a line of natural and functional vegan and 'climate active' health drinks. The drinks are low in calories, have...
Vegan bakery Clive’s has secured a ‘game-changing’ investment from Veg Capital which will enable it to drive new product development.
This month’s Organic Fresh Produce Forum has highlighted increasing consumer concern about the eco credentials of organic product packaging.
West London vegan supermarket GreenBay is marking five years of business, during which time it has seen over 50,000 customers.
Heura has used the former bullring La Monumental as the venue within which to launch its new plant-based Sausage and Chorizo.
HealthyDoesIt has launched its third topical campaign, HealthyDoesOrganic, to engage the public through giveaways.
Burger King has introduced vegan meat alternatives in Africa, the first fast-food outlet in the continent to offer V-Label plant-based meats.
Biotiful has taken its first step into the plant-based sector with the launch of the ‘world’s first’ line of Plant Based Oat Kefir drinks.
Planet Organic is opening in Bermondsey on 21st September, its 12th store and the first of three new sites it plans to open this year.
Veganuary reports that six months on from its annual campaign, 82% of new recruits were still consuming 50% less meat and animal products.
Footballer Marcus Rashford is urging MPs to back recommendations made in the National Food Strategy to address rising food insecurity levels.
Utilizing ‘Ernie’, a repurposed, battery-powered vintage milk float, The People’s Pantry is selling packaging-free essentials in Muswell Hill.
Rude Health’s first mass reach, multi-channel campaign, created in conjunction with creative agency BMB, is set to go live on 6 September.
The team behind Deliciously Ella have announced they have bought out all their investors, turning the company back into a family business.
The month-long, industry-wide celebration of Organic September kicks off today, as the Soil Association and OTB report record engagement.
Scottish co-op Greencity has started using an electric powered trike to deliver food to cafes, restaurants and retailers in Glasgow.